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Things to Do

The Queen of the Welsh resorts has much to offer:

A Victorian town with much preserved from that era. A peninsula between two beaches, the North shore and the ‘Blue Flag’ West shore. A pier and promenade span the North shore sand and pebble beach. Within walking distance is a good variety of shops and cafe’s of the town and also the gardens, ski slope and lodge of Happy Valley.

West shore offers a mix of sand and pebbled beach with rocks, pools and dunes. A children's playground, putting green, donkey rides at low tide and boating lake. There is a Beach Cafe providing a wide range of food and drinks. Stunning views of the Great Orme to one side and the Conway mountains to the other, many evenings there are glorious sunsets to admire. there are many walks and climbs available or reach the Great Orme summit by tram or cable car.

Golf is well catered for with 4 courses providing a mix of link and inland golf within a short distance of Seashells: North Wales, Maesdu, Rhos-on-Sea and Conwy. We offer two for the price of one golf green fee vouchers for a small charge. Fishing is very popular in the area and is well catered for both on land or out in a boat.

Shops, Cafe bars and other places of interest. The town is served by a strong selection of shops along the high street, many of which are under Victorian Verandas. Evening entertainment can be found at the Theatre, restaurants, bars and cinema.

History & heritage is close by with Conwy Castle just 10 mins drive by car, with the beautiful national park of Snowdonia, Penrhryn Castle, Caernarfon and Anglesey also within easy reach by car, rail or bus.

Special events include the Llandudno Triathlon, Victorian Fair, Great British leg of the World Rally Championship. There are many other attractions to enjoy or choose to enjoy the peaceful tranquillity.

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